Prof Mariam MERAD
Dean, CNRS - UMR LAMSADE Laboratory
Dauphine University, France
Dr Myriam Merad serves as Research Director/Professor at CNRS – UMR LAMSADE (Dauphine University). She leads research in Risk, resilience and sustainability governance and Decisions in safety, security and Health and Environment. She is the author of several books; she has contributed to different national guidelines and legislations in the field of safety and sustainability; has written more than 50 papers in scientific journals and in conferences and has communicated in 100 conferences and seminars. She has contributed to organize more than 40 technical and scientific seminars, conferences and meetings.
Myriam Merad is primarily interested in the link between Science and Decision and mainly in expertise framing, regulatory and policy analysis and participative/deliberative decision analysis.
Merad is active in many risk-related institutes and scientific societies: She was a member of the Scientific and Technical Committee of IRSTEA (former IRSTEA the French institute, the national institute of science and technology for environment and agriculture and current INRAE) from 2009 to 2017 and chairman or co-chairman of different expert working groups within IMdR, the French engineer association in risk, safety and realiability management), AFPCN (French association for the prevention of natural catastrophes) and “Association Française des Ingénieurs et Techniciens de l’Environnement” (AFITE, the French environment engineers and technicians association). She was a Councilor of the SRA (Society for Risk Analysis) from 2017-2020 and the President of the Scientific Committee of AFPCN. She is also a member of the editorial board of Springer’s Environment, systems & Decisions journal (formerly The Environmentalist). In 2020 she was nominated as Member of Advisory Council for the Prevention of Major Natural Risks (COPRNM), National expert to the European Science and Technology Advisory Group (E-STAG) to UNDRR and as a Consultation Garantor at the National Commission for Public Debate (CNDP).
For more information: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Myriam_Merad and https://www.linkedin.com/in/myriam-merad-014a2670/